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    위치-시간 그래프

    위치-시간 그래프

    by Whakuk Lee //basic
    How motion and speed can be represented by a distance-time graph and how average speed can be calculated from it.
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    Position-Time Graphs

    Position-Time Graphs

    by Math Writing Team //basic
    How motion and speed can be represented by a distance-time graph and how average speed can be calculated from it.
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    Position-Time Graphs

    Position-Time Graphs

    by Robert Munsey //basic
    How motion and speed can be represented by a distance-time graph and how average speed can be calculated from it.
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    Position-Time Graphs

    Position-Time Graphs

    by EPISD Physics //basic
    How motion and speed can be represented by a distance-time graph and how average speed can be calculated from it.
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    Position-Time Graphs

    Position-Time Graphs

    by Arlene Wolfe //basic
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    Position-Time Graphs

    Position-Time Graphs

    by Michelle Gallivan //basic
    Representing motion on a position-time graph, relationship of graph slope to velocity, and calculating average velocity from a position-time graph.
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    Graphing Speed

    Graphing Speed

    by Michelle Gallivan //basic
    Representing motion on a position-time graph, relationship of graph slope to velocity, and calculating average velocity from a position-time graph.
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    Position-Time Graphs Section 2.7

    Position-Time Graphs Section 2.7

    by Jannine Tuttle //basic
    Representing motion on a position-time graph, relationship of graph slope to velocity, and calculating average velocity from a position-time graph.
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    Position-Time Graphs

    Position-Time Graphs

    by Joan Drobnak //basic
    How motion and speed can be represented by a distance-time graph and how average speed can be calculated from it.
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    Distance Time Graphs

    Distance Time Graphs

    by Rico Lin //basic
    This video discusses how position-time graphs work and the things we are able to deduce from it through a work-out scene in which two people are compared for their fitness levels. It emphasizes slope, speed, and tangent lines (used only when the graph is curved).
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    Position-Time Graphs

    Position-Time Graphs

    by Ellaine Chou //basic
    These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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